Former Raiders player and England international Amy Wilson-Hardy was an interested spectator during the competition.
The 27-year-old has gone on to enjoy a great career after spending her early days at Roundstone Lane.
Wilson-Hardy has been a World Cup runner-up with England and competes internationally as a sevens player. But she was not the only star name to show their support at the event.
Former England and British Lions Brian Moore was in attendance to take a look at the latest young female talent looking to make a name in the sport.
In total, 20 clubs from across the country took part in the two-day festival.
Worthing came close in differing age group competitions, but failed to take a title in any.
The under-15s were unable to defend the crown they collected last year.
Having come second in their group on the opening day, they were knocked out.
It was a similar story for the under-13s, who came agonisingly close to winning a trophy. Yet they finished runners-up in the plate final.
That’s after combining with girls from Horsham to make up a team to compete.
The club’s under-18s managed to win their group before falling in the knockout rounds.